Rolling… by Kawika M.



Unknown by Unknown


untitled (Crayon landscape) by anon.


School Vs Education by Wade Warren

more of Wade’s work can be found at MySpace.com/wadewarrenmusic


Ghetto Upside-Down Cross by Shaughner


The Life Aquatic by Libby

More of Libby’s work can be found at MySpace.com/ghurlingtongraveyard


Unknown by Jyoti Saraswati

More of Jyoti’s work can be seen atJaneJareckiYoga.com


Bunny the Bananimal by Hanna Howard

More of Hanna’s work can be found at Myspace.com/KatieByrden and EmergeMassage.com.


Wes Disney: Retrospective 1st Person by Mathew Barewicz

The title refers to a show at the Firehouse Gallery in Burlington, VT. It was a fantastic retrospective.


One Eyed Freak by Connor Robinson


Music by Alisha Losinno


Peace, Hope & Love…Trite-But Important! by Patricia Sullivan

This is one of a trio of full-color cards sent by Patricia Sullivan. They are amazingly detailed, and quite interesting, if difficult to reproduce on a 1-color print.


Are We There Yet? by Patricia Sullivan

This is one of a trio of full-color cards sent by Patricia Sullivan. They are amazingly detailed, and quite interesting, if difficult to reproduce on a 1-color print.


untitled (hand over desert) by anon.


Robot Accidentally Kills First True Love by Dustin Taksar

Myspace.com/45funk


Two Birds at Night by Amanda Wright

More of Amanda’s work can be seen at WrightArts.com


untitled (Daily Planet Bar) by anon.


Elephant Ride by Marinna Wagner

One of a trio of great elephant portraits. You can see more of Marinna’s work at http://marinnawagner.blogspot.com/


untitled (cactus & hand) by anon.


The Guy by Adam Chandler


Bushwick Sunset by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Across the Park by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Annie hall @ Bryant Street park by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


WTF?! by Jeff


untitled (airplane window) by anon.